Lomo Lubitel 166+ | €300.00 | www.lomography.com
if you can forego instant gratification for the sake of (very) old school photography techniques, then you are probably one hard core analogue camera lover. if that’s the case, we bet even a beautiful classic like the Konica Auto S2 won’t be able to quench your insatiable appetite for true vintages. this is where you need the Lomo Lubitel 166+, a twin-lensed camera reinvented based on the 60 year-old design with features that include the ability to shoot both 35mm and 120 film, four photo formats (square, rectangular, panorama 120 or 35mm panorama – it’s your choice), top-down glass viewfinder, Triplet-22 f/4.5 75mm lens, complete manual control over the apertures (from f4.5 to f22) and shutter speeds (from 1/15 sec to 1/250 sec), bulb setting, hot shoe for external flash, standard cable release and tripod threads. it is the must-have camera for any die-hard analogue camera fans, after all, there is something alluring about firing off your shots at waist level. don’t you think so? though you have to be wary that such ‘vintage’ won’t come cheap. the Lomo Lubitel 166+ is set to burn a serious €300 (about US$380) hole in your wallet. hit the jump for some closer look.